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Articles from the September 1, 2016 edition

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 By Tommy Wells    Local    September 1, 2016

Work will limit access to city hall

Local residents are going to find it a little harder to visit Seward City Hall over the next few weeks as construction crews make improvements to the building. According to city officials, construction and asbestos abatement efforts will limit...

 
 By Tommy Wells    Local    September 1, 2016

Walker: State's situation could get worse without quick action on Aug. 26

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker brought a simple message during his recent visit with the Seward City Council: The state's financial crisis is bad news for communities. And, if it isn't remedied soon, it...

 

Library to hold 'World Hobbit Day' on Sept. 17

It’s almost World Hobbit Day! Join your friends at the Seward Community Library & Museum on Saturday, Sept. 17, to celebrate those hairy-footed, fictional friends, Bilbo and Frodo Baggins! As part of the event, library staffwill have movies,...

 

Ronald B. Jackson

Ronald B. Jackson of Seward/Lawing passed away peacefully, July 30, 2016 with his loving wife and children by his side at the age of 85. Ron was born Sept. 22, 1930 in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts....

 

Forgive me, my brain can't remember

As I move closer and closer to the realm my children deem as “old,” my brain seems to forget things more and more, especially things that other people think are items I should never ever forget. For instance, for the life of me I cannot remember...

 

Out of the darkness: Fighting suicide, depression

Everyone has times of feeling down and upset as life’s trials affect us. We are affected by difficulty sleeping, financial issues, legal issues, stress from both good and bad events, and even the weather. Sometimes we feel down for no specific...

 

Roundtable brings recreational fishing to the forefront of Federal Saltwater Management

The 2016 Kenai Classic Roundtable, hosted by Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA), was held Wednesday August 17th at Kenai Peninsula College. A topic at the forefront for both sport and commerc...

 

Kratz, Lindquist shine at Bartlett State Preview

Just three weeks into the 2016 cross country season, Hunter Kratz and Ruby Lindquist have established themselves as two of the state's top runners. The Seward High School standouts made sure everyone...

 

Ravens rush for 6 TDs in win over Seahawks

FAIRBANKS – The Eielson High School Ravens may have struggled to get their offense in gear during their first two games this season, but they more than made up for any lackluster efforts on Saturday with a 54-2 victory over the Seward Seahawks....

 

Lady Hawks place fifth in Nikiski

The Seward High School Lady Seahawks turned in a solid outing this past weekend at the Shayna Pritchard Memorial Tournament in Nikiski. Seward went 1-2 in the 2-day meet. The Lady Hawks kicked off the event on Friday by placing third in the team...

 

Captain's Mast

The following is from the journals of the Seward Police Department. Those who have been arrested or summoned are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law. Aug. 18 0354 - Parking warning left on KAJ970 at 5th Ave for parking against...

 

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